nanna

  1. wife of Balder
  2. (Sumerian) god of the moon; counterpart of the Akkadian Sin

Nanna

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Nanna

[n] - wife of Balder 2. [n] - (Sumerian) god of the moon
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Nanna

noun (Norse mythology) wife of Balder
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Nanna

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Nanna

[Norse deity] In Norse mythology, Nanna Nepsdóttir or simply Nanna is a goddess associated with the god Baldr. Accounts of Nanna vary greatly by source. In the Prose Edda, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson, Nanna is the wife of Baldr and the couple produced a son, the god Forseti. After Baldr`s death, Nanna dies of grief. Nan...
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Nanna

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Nanna

In Norse mythology, Nanna is a moon goddess. She is the wife of Balder and mother of Forseti. She died of heartache after Balder's death and was burned with him on his funeral boat.
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Nanna

In Sumerian mythology, Nanna (Sin, Suen, Ashgirbabbar) is the moon god. He was the product of Enlil's rape of Ninlil. He travels across the sky in his gufa, with the stars and planets about him. Nanna was married to Ningal and they produced Inanna and Utu.
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Nanna

Wife of Balder.
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